How did Mandela idea of freedom …

How did Mandela idea of freedom undergo a change later
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Adithya Dev A 2 weeks, 1 day ago

As a child, Nelson Mandela believed that being free means being able to do a lot of things like running around the fields near his mother's hut, swim in the pleasant stream which ran across his village, roasting Mealies at midnight and riding the broad backs of slow moving bulls. But when he became a student, he felt that the boyhood freedom was just an illusion and real freedom meant not stopped from doing things like read what he loved, stay out at night and go where he wished to. But, as a young man at Johannesburg, Mandela realised that the freedom he yearned for till now was just transitory, it changed over time. Slowly, he came to know about basic honourable freedoms or obligations to be fulfilled during the short span of life - marry, work, have children, earn, succeed and enjoy equality in society.

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